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An innovative concept from chef José Andrés, China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas combines the flavors of Mexico and China to create a breakthrough restaurant experience that encompasses both authentic dishes and inspired new favorites.
Came in for lunch for 3 and were seated fairly quickly. Great atmosphere with the masks and the window into the kitchen. We ordered the Lucky 6, Xiaolongbao, and the Green Beans. The pork/scallop dim sum was average but the others were excellent with thin...More
Everything is good, either the Mexican side or the Chinese plates, I can guarantee that you will make a mistake
The soups, the guacamole or the queso flameado are excellent choices, the seafood nest or the tacos are really good
They have chilaquiles, and they...More
Another small plate eatery. We liked this one better than Beauty and Essex. Service was friendly and not as pretentious as other restaurants in the Cosmo. Plenty of vegetarian options. I liked the Mongolian Beef; although, it’s served on a bed of hot lettuce…hot lettuce...More
Read good reviews and decided to check this place out, in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Very cool esthetic, great menu, and excellent open kitchen concept. We sat facing the Mexican cooking area, and in another part of the restaurant was the Asian open kitchen. Great watching...More
This is a restaurant located in the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
The portions are quite small but very tasty and interesting using home made noodles.
I'd recommend the 18 Monk Noodles (added chicken for $5).
The price for 2 people, 2 meals and 1 beer was $46...More
This was fun because you could have chips and salsa for appetizers and then have dim sum for dinner. We had four pork buns, and then had a chinese noodle soup. It was very good, especially since they have chefs there that you can watch...More